Credit/debit/membership cards reader for Android/IOS system
Slim size: light and slim size for high portability
Reduce investment: The user may use own mobile phone to complete the transaction. No need to invest for the heavier POS or ePOS
High security: Data is encrypted before transmitted to the mobile phone. Avoid the possibility of being stolen by Trojan horses.
High reliability: Embedded professional decoder IC speed up the decoding. High swiping performance
Ultra low power consumption:Power up by button cell. Peak operating current<1mA, which could be the lowest power consumption in the similar products.
High compatibility:Support bidirectionalcommunication between phone and device. Compatible for domestic and imported mobile phones. Can support 90% or above smart phones.
MS612 (Dual tracks: 1, 2 track)
MS623 (Dual tracks: 2,3 track)
Power up by embedded button cell (Depend on customer: Can be powered up by Audio jack of Mobile phone)
Connection to mobile
Plug-in 4 pins 3.5mm audio jack
Magnetic card. e.g. Credit cards, debit cards, membership cards
Build-in Hardware decoder
20,000 times for normal swiping.
Battery standby time
3 - 70 IPS (7.6 - 177.8 cm/s)
Swiped data encrypted before sent to mobile phone
Optional: 3DES (TDES)/AES. Support FIXED KEY or DUKPT key management
<200ms (complete data encryption from all tracks)
iOS, Android system
-20 °C to 60°C
41.7mm x 30mm x 13.7mm
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Q:Can you help me to use the built-in HP multi-card reader?
Just remove the memory card when you are finished transferring files. It's not going to screw up anything.
Q:what is an ExpressCard and a Multi-in-1 card reader?
My HP has the same processor and I like the speed, although I don't have the nvidia video card but it has a web cam, and mic integrated. Mine is only 14.1 wide screen, but it has Windows XP pro installed and soon I'll get the free Vista business upgrade. I paid for mine after rebates and taxes $1.040oo I have only 120GB HD. I hope you get it for less than $1.500oo
Q:Do I need a Memory Card Reader for my Camera?
Memory cards are the film for the 21st century. But like film, memory cards go bad with age. So don't expect them to last for ever. It is a good idea to buy several cards. Good practice with memory cards is to reformat them frequently. Of course you want to transfer your photo files to you computer hard drive or/an external hard drive. so this is the course you want to follow:1. Do not use the delete button on your camera. The delete button does not completely remove all of the file. Particles remain and can interfere with next picture taken. 2. After you transfer your photos to your storage device, i.e. hard drive. Format your memory card before using it again. Now you have a nice clean slate on which to take pictures. You should buy a card reader, too. I say yes because so many people have problems with these camera cords (i.e. UC-E6 USB). You should leave your card reader plugged into your computer all the time. So all you have to do is insert your memory card when you wish to get at the photo's.
Q:Memory card readers to replace camera cord?
I have about 4 of them. 1 in my camera bag, 1 built in laptop and 1 attached to my desk top and a spare just for the heck of it. You put the card in the reader then open the reader in computer like a drive, find your pictures folder and copy/paste to your computers pictures folder (it's always best to back up all pictures to an external source like an external hard drive or back up to DVD).
Q:Can I use a multi-card reader with my 40GB PS3?
u can use the multi card reader, if you're talking about the addon u buy
Q:Charger output 5V 1A for mobile phone power how much tile?
You can use the power meter to measure, very convenient, similar to a conversion socket, with a liquid crystal display, the power meter inserted in the 220V socket, and then your charger inserted in the power meter, you can control the charging power at any time, this is
Q:Media Card Reader for Desktop?
yup. they sell x-in-1 media card readers in the computer stores. Check your local Fry's Electronics, Best Buy, etc They're pretty cheap and will occupy an internal USB port on your mobo.
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Q:Can a memory card reader upload pictures and videos?
oh ya thats easy, get like a a card reader and send the pictures from your camera to the card and then put the card in the computer. but cables dont usually cost 30 dollars for camera, mabye 5 bucks at the most
Q:What is a SD card READER for? What does it do?
sd card reader lets you slide your sd card into it. Then you place sd card reader into pc via USB port to access the pics/data on the sd card